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Humane Society holds adoption event for cats involved in hoarding case

The Idaho Humane Society is hosting an event on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. for the cats involved in a hoarding case. (Photo courtesy Idaho Humane Society)

The Idaho Humane Society is hosting an event on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. for the cats involved in a hoarding case.

Earlier this week, the Humane Society gained custody of 77 cats after a woman is accused of hoarding them in a Boise motel.

Almost all of the cats are polydactyl, meaning they have six toes.

The shelter says that they have all been spayed and neutered and are ready for adoption. Some are still a little shy they say, but will "blossom in time."

Originally 59 cats were taken to the shelter, but that number grew to 77 when some had babies.

"Please come on down and meet these cuties and consider adopting one into your home," the Humane Society said in a Facebook post.

The Idaho Humane Society maintains a toll free animal cruelty and neglect hot line to receive reports of suspected animal cruelty, neglect, or animal fighting, from citizens throughout the region, the number is 1-866-430-9432.

Donations can be made to the shelter HERE.

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